Honors Program Extracurricular Activities
are hosted by members of the Honors Board of Directors. Note that it is through your RSVPs that we ensure we have adequate food, drinks, and (if appropriate) transportation. Thanks for giving us adequate notice of your attendance when requested.
Spring 2013 Activities
Honors Program Extracurricular Activities
Hosted by members of the Honors Board of Directors
1) Creativity WIL and Board of Directors Meeting -- Wednesday, Jan. 9 @ 7:00pm Honors Room (Kenrick 211)
Hosted by Caitlin Terry and Tyler Stranburg
At 7:00 the Honors Program Board of Directors will meet to discuss this semester’s activities and the HP even better! Have an idea? Send it our way! At 8:00 it’s an all-play and everyone from the HP should join in for our Creativity WIL. We will brainstorm about our 5 minute IgniteCBU presentations (see http://igniteshow.com for more info. on how this works), our TCHC conference presentations (Feb. 22 & 23 in Cookeville), our HP “Memphis Rocks” Indie movie submission due Feb. 28 to On Location Film Festival, and what new cool things we can create in the Honors Program.
2) MLK speech and The Peacemakers – Thursday, Jan. 10 @ 1:00pm Spain Auditorium
Hosted by Lauryn Murphy
Be inspired by Annette Sullivan, who was involved in the Civil Rights movement, and then be entertained by the Peacemakers, a group of Memphis police officers who sing. This event is open to the CBU community so invite your friends!
3) MLK Day of Service with Rhodes College – Saturday, Jan. 12 @ 9:00am Rhodes College – more details TBA
Hosted by Jaustin Tubbs
We’ll join Rhodes College at 8am and then disperse throughout the city to make the world a better place. Watch for more information. Please RSVP by Friday, January 11 at noon. Let’s show Rhodes how awesome CBU is when it comes to serving our community!!!!!
4) Wednesday in the Lounge – Two Rooms and a Boom! - Wednesday, Jan. 23 @ 8:00pm Honors Lounge
Hosted by Honors alum, Caitlin Woodward
Two Rooms and a Boom! is a hidden role game where two teams attempt to discover who their fellow teammates are before time runs out. The game takes place in two separate game areas (rooms), with hostages being exchanged between rounds. When time runs out, the bomb explodes, hoping to destroy the opposing team's president. Please RSVP by Tuesday, Jan 22. There is a limit of 30 players for this event.
5) HP Masquerade Ball – Friday, January 18 @ 8:00-11:00 – open to the entire campus and friends Sabbatini Lounge
Hosted by Rebekah Herrman, Michael Sanford, Dani Hobbs, Jaustin Tubbs, Lauryn Murphy, Amanda Willhite, and Anna Birg
Come dressed to impress in your best masquerade gear for an enjoyable evening of paper faces on parade —complete with a chocolate fountain, awkward masquerade photos, and fun! Prizes will be awarded for best mask for both male and female. $3 admission fee. Open to all. If you can RSVP that will help; if you can’t, show up anyway.
6) Wednesday in the Lounge – Freakonomics- Wednesday, Jan. 23 @ 8:00pm Honors Lounge
Hosted by Tiffany Corkran and Jaustin Tubbs
Wanna get FREAKY? Come to the Documentary WIL tonight and explore the world of FREAKONOMICS. "Steven D. Levitt is an economist. Stephen J. Dubner is a writer. They co-authored Freakonomics, a book about cheating teachers, bizarre baby names, self-serving Realtors, and crack-selling mama’s boys." And now you can see it all tonight as a movie! Noners are welcome to join!
7) Trustee Scholarship Reception – Friday, Jan. 25 @ 6:00-7:30pm Sabbatini Lounge
The Department of Admission has invited us to participate in this reception for our Trustee Scholarship interviews. A diversity of majors is needed. Let Dr. Burke know if you are interested in representing the HP and charming potential Baby Geeks. If you are selected to attend, please plan to stay the entire time.
8) Alumni Trivia Competition -- Friday, Jan. 25 @ 7:00pm Alfonso Dining Hall
Hosted by Michael Sanford
Think you’re smart? Think you know a lot about television? The Honors Program will be participating in the CBU Alumni Trivia competition and this time the topic is TV Land. We can have up to eight players. Free soft drinks and snacks are provided. There will even be some door prizes! RSVP to Dr. Burke by noon day of, sooner if possible.
9) Wednesday in the Lounge – Game Night Wednesday, Jan. 30 @ 8:00pm Honors Lounge
Hosted by Rebekah Herrman and Michael Stuart
Apples to Apples, Mad Gab, Catan Special, Scrabble, or BYOG!!
10) Board of Directors Meeting -- Wednesday, Feb. 6 @ 7:00pm LinkedIn Training WIL @ 8-10pm Honors Room (Kenrick 211)
Hosted by Caitlin Terry and Kelsey Coolican
At 7:00 PM the Honors Program Board of Directors will meet to conduct the business of the Program and make it even better! At 8:00 it’s an all-play and everyone from the HP can join in for a Training WIL on LinkedIn, the social networking site for professionals. If you ever want a job, you need a good LinkedIn account. Tonight's session. led by new Career Services director Amy Ware, will show you how to create one. Bring your laptop or tablet so this can be even more interactive. Non-HP friends are invited.
11) Sky Zone UPay– Friday, Feb. 8 at 6:15 – Sponsored by the Living Learning Center Meet at Cooper-Wilson at 6:15
Hosted by Hope Gilbertson and Anna Birg
The HP is going to SKYZONE to test our geeky coordination in a room full of trampolines. RSVP by 4pm Thursday, Feb 7, sooner if possible. If you RSVP you MUST go (or you have to pay the $12 anyway because a ticket will be purchased for you.) You must sign a waiver by the time we leave. Download a waiver at http://www.skyzonesports.com/Portals/0/waivers/memphis.pdf, or sign electronically at https://skyzonememphis.pfestore.com/waiver/. Additional waiver forms will be available when we meet. If you are under 18 you will need a guardian’s signature so be sure to download the form and obtain that signature before meeting us at Cooper-Wilson. We should be back to campus by 10ish. Let Dr. Burke know if you can drive. This event is sponsored by the Living Learning Center.
12) Mary Poppins at the Orpheum – Sunday, Feb. 10 @ 5:30pm Meet in front of Cooper-Wilson at 5:30 pm; play starts at 6:30
Hosted by Michael Sanford and Logan Butler
Supergeekifragilisticexpialidocious!! Get swept up in the fun and relive your childhood when the Honors Program goes to Mary Poppins. Wear pretty clothes (no jeans), and bring two dollars for parking (one dollar bills or change – do NOT bring large bills). Be sure to RSVP by Friday, Feb 8, sooner if possible because SEATS ARE LIMITED. Let Dr. Burke know if you can drive HOMECOMING WEEK
13) Wednesday in the Lounge TCHC Practice -- Wednesday, Feb. 13 @ 7:00pm – TCHC practice Honors Lounge
Hosted by Kelsey Coolican
The 14 students going to the Tennessee Collegiate Honors Council Conference in Cookeville (Feb. 22 & 23) will practice their presentations, starting at 7pm (not 8pm). All presenters are required to practice and listen to all presentations. All other HPers are welcome to attend and give feedback (this will give you insight into what YOU could present at a future conference and let you know what types of things your peers are doing.)
14) Wednesday in the Lounge -- Wednesday, Feb. 20 @ 8:00pm – CrossFit and making ice cream Honors Lounge
Hosted by Dani Hobbs and Taylor Goode
Tonight we’ll work off some calories with CrossFit (it’s all the rage, you know) and then put them back on when we eat the ice-cream we make. Non-HPers are welcome but all attendees must RSVP by noon day of so we have enough ice cream supplies. Ouch! And Yum!
15) Speed Dating Artists – Thursday, Feb. 21 @ 5:20 Meet in front of Cooper Wilson at 5:20 – event is at Dixon Gallery and Gardens
Hosted by Amanda Willhite and Dani Hobbs
What would artists Eli Gold, Alex Warble, Elizabeth Alley, Derrick Dent, Andrew James William, and Ian Lemmonds tell you if they had five minutes to talk about themselves, their art, and pretty much anything else? Come to this event and find out as we move from artist to artist and learn their secrets. RSVP by 3pm day of and let Dr. Burke know if you can drive.
16) Trustee Scholarship Reception – Friday, Feb. 22 @ 6:00-7:30pm Sabbatini Lounge
Hosted by Hope Gilbertson and Catherine Delbove
The Department of Admission has invited us to participate in this reception for our Trustee Scholarship interviews. A diversity of majors is needed. Let Dr. Burke know if you are interested in representing the HP and charming potential Baby Geeks. If you are selected to attend, please stay the entire time.
17) State Honors Conference in Cookeville – Friday & Saturday Feb. 22 & 23
Hosted by Johnny Blount and Jaustin Tubbs
Road Trip!!! Once again we will be participating in the Tennessee Collegiate Honors Council Conference! Fourteen Geeks will present class papers, research, senior projects, and information about the Honors Program. This is a wonderful opportunity to get professional experience in a friendly, supportive setting. The conference will be held at in Cookeville, Tennessee. We’ll leave campus Friday evening, attend the conference on Saturday, and be back late Saturday night. Students must indicate interest by 5pm January 23 and submit a proposal by January 30 and practice on Feb. 13 or 14. Student cost is $50 for registration, hotel, and gas – plus spending money. Don’t miss this one!
18) FBI Revealed – Tuesday, Feb. 26 @ 6:00pm Spain Auditorium
Hosted by Logan Butler and Kelsey Coolican
Ever wonder what the FBI is really like? What do FBI agents and other employees really do? What are the career possibilities in the FBI? These questions and more will be answered by our guest panel from the FBI. Co-sponsored by the Honors Program, the Department of Behavioral Sciences, and CBU Career Services. Open to the entire campus so invite your friends. Be sure to sign in at the event.
19) Wednesday at the Bonfire in Eads -- Wednesday, Feb. 27 @ 6:15 Meet in front of Cooper-Wilson at 6:15
Hosted by Anna Birg, Johnny Blount, Nell Brandon, and Julia Kueter
Me make fire! You make fire! And then we dance around fire and sing songs and burn stuff. Bring love letters from the ones who broke your heart, poems you wish you had never written, and evidence you want to get rid of – and burn them all at our first (and probably last) Honors Program bonfire. We’ll head out to Eads where the fire awaits. We’ll have drinks and snacks and come home smelling like smoke. RSVP by noon day of and let Dr. Burke know if you can drive. This is an Honors-only event.
20) St. Louis Spring Break Service Trip -- Saturday, March 2 to Thursday, March 7
Hosted by Michael Sanford and Jaustin Tubbs
Ever dreamed of going to the top of the St. Louis arch? How about visiting the eco-friendly and ultra-cool City Museum (www.citymuseum.org) sor eating Italian food on “The Hill” and then custard at world-famous Ted Drewes? We’ll do all this and more, all the while making a difference in the lives of St. Louis residents (and butterflies). Saturday and Sunday will be for travel and fun, we’ll work Monday through Wednesday, then explore and travel home on Thursday. Your cost will be $75 for lodging and gas, plus meals, attractions, and spending money. This is an Honors-only event. Alcohol use by students under 21 will result in expulsion from the HP. Alcohol use by students over 21 is discouraged. Please RSVP by Wednesday, Feb. 13. Money will be due by Feb. 20. Spaces are limited to 15. Let Dr. Burke know if you can drive.
21) Board of Directors Meeting -- Wednesday, March 13 @ 7:00pm & Money Management Training WIL @ 8-10pm Honors Room (Kenrick 211)
Hosted by Michael Stuart and Caitlin Terry
At 7:00 PM the Honors Program Board of Directors will meet to conduct the business of the Program and make it even better! Have an idea? Send it our way! At 8:00 it’s an all-play and everyone from the HP can join in for a Money Management Training WIL, focusing on the importance of good credit (sounds boring, but it’ll be a little bit like a horror movie). If you want a job, a house, insurance, hospitalization, and maybe even a date, you need good credit.Tonight's session. led by good old Dr. Burke will show you how to get it. Bring your laptop or tablet so this can be even more interactive. Non-HP friends are invited. No need to RSVP, just come on by.
22) Brew Movement Against MS Service Opportunity – Thursday, March 14 @ 6:00pm – 9:30pm Pink Palace
Hosted by Amanda Willhite and Tiffany Corkan
The Honors Program will help with this event at the Pink Palace. We need six volunteers who are over 21. The Brew Movement is a fun event to bring people together to enjoy craft/homebrewed beers, good food, live music, and door prizes and auction items to raise money for the movement towards a cure for Multiple Sclerosis and spread awareness. All proceeds will go to the Mid South chapter of the National MS Society. Volunteer tasks will include taking tickets, checking I.D. and helping with the silent auction. RSVP to Dr. Burke immediately if you can commit to work this event.
23) Vanderhaar Symposium – Thursday, March 14 @ 7:00pm Spain Auditorium – arrive at 6:45 to sit together
Hosted by Julia Kueter and Johnny Blount
Communities Engaged in Resolving Urban Social Conflict A distinguished panel of community organizers will address issues regarding immigration, gang violence, racism, labor rights and other challenges facing our communities and discuss positive steps on how to make a difference. Panelists include Delvin Lane, Team Leader of Mayor Wharton’s Gang Violence Prevention Team; Gabriela Benitez, Coordinator of West TN Immigration and Refugee Coalition; Malik Shaw, Vice Principal of Pleasant View Islamic School and co-founder of American Muslim Intercultural Network; and Kyle Kordsmeier, CBU alum and Organizing Director of Workers Interfaith Network. An annual symposium, the Vanderhaar was founded in memory of Dr. Gerard A. Vanderhaar, a professor of religion and peace studies at Christian Brothers University for more than 28 years. Vanderhaar spent his lifetime promoting peace through active nonviolence. Additionally, the Vanderhaar Student Peace Award will be presented. This award is presented to a student who best exemplifies the spirit and practice of active nonviolence. This event is open to the public so please invite non-Honors friends. RSVP by 4pm day of or be sure to sign in at the event.
24) McKellar Lake Cleanup with CBU Day of Service – Saturday, March 16 @ 8:30am Meet in front of Cooper-Wilson at 8:30am
Hosted by Catherine Delbove
We’ve been cleaning up McKellar Lake for over a year now, this time we will be joined by the rest of CBU to clean up of the dirtiest waterways in the country. Check out this great Youtube video for a taste of what you will be doing. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFXSnigIMzk&feature=share . If nothing else, you’ll see how good music can make even picking up trash look enjoyable. More details to come as the date nears.
25) Page Turners Book Club --The Life of Pi Saturday March 16th @ 3:00pm Honors Lounge
Hosted by Hope Gilbertson and Taylor Goode
If you don’t want to pick up trash (see above) – or even if you do, note that at 3:00 the Honors Program Page Turners Book Club will be eating cookies and discussing this semester’s book pick: Life of Pi. If you are interested in joining in the discussion RSVP to Hope and Taylor (email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org) by 5pm Thursday, March 14.
26) Prince Among Slaves – film and discussion --Tuesday, March 19 @ 6:20pm Spain Auditorium – arrive at 6:20 to sit together
Hosted by Hope Gilbertson and Nic Picou Prince Among Slaves is the story of Abdul-Rahman, a West African prince who was made a slave in the United States and freed forty years later. Click here to check out the trailer. This film is part of Muslim Journeys Bookshelf, a collection of resources meant to introduce people to the history and culture of Muslims. CBU is working in conjunction with UMemphis and the Memphis Public Library. This event is open to the public so please invite non-Honors friends. RSVP by 4pm day of or be sure to sign in at the event.
27) Wednesday in the Lounge -- Tea with Michael Sanford -- Wednesday, March 20 @ 8:00pm Honors Lounge
Hosted by – you guessed it – Michael Sanford – (with the able assistance of Jaustin Tubbs) Come out for a tea party! It will be a fancy event where you can come dressed to the nines and have a good time while Michael shows you the joys of tea! He will endeavor to show you the differences between different teas and what is different in quality between loose leaf and bagged tea. It will be a great event to come, drink tea, listen to Vivaldi (maybe?) and learn about tea. Tea pots are needed in abundance for this WIL, if you have them, they will be used! Please RSVP by 3pm day of and let Dr. Burke know if you can bring a tea pot. Non-Honors friends are welcome.
28) CBU Play -- Private Eyes -- Sunday, March 24 @ 1:45 PM CBU Theatre -- Meet in the lobby at 1:45 to sit together. If you arrive later, find us inside.
Hosted by Taylor Goode and Lauryn Murphy
“Steven Dietz’ Private Eyes is a comedy that is a roller coaster ride between truths and lies, filled with surprises and misdirection. Matthew and Lisa are rehearsing a play. The audience itself plays the role of detective in this hilarious relationship thriller about love and the power of deception.” The cast includes our own Nic Picou, Catherine Montesi, and Kierra Turner. We’ll have pizza and drinks and hang out with the cast and crew after the play. You won’t want to miss this great afternoon of CBU entertainment. RSVP to Dr. Burke by noon day of, earlier if possible for food arrangements.
29) Life in a Day of the CBU Honors Program, Tuesday, March 26 @ 7:00pm Honors Lounge
Hosted by Johnny Blount, Tiffany Corkran, Nell Brandon, and Michael Stuart
Last spring Honors Program members were invited to film themselves for a 24 hour period to create our version of the famed documentary Life in a Day http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JaFVr_cJJIY. That footage has been edited and will be presented tonight by the editing team. Join in for this first-ever CBU Honors Program Life in a Day experience. No need to RSVP, just come on by.
30) Wednesday in the Lounge – Minute to Win It - Wednesday, March 27 @ 8:00pm Honors Lounge
Hosted by Tyler Stranburg, Logan Butler, Kelsey Coolican, and Damien Stevenson
Think you have what it takes to “Win It”? Find out tonight as our hosts create challenges from the game show. Since this is the night before Easter break, RSVP by 5pm Tuesday, March 26. If we don’t get enough we will cancel. If you RSVP, please show up. We don’t want our hosts to go to all this work and then not have good participation. Honors-only event.
31) Board of Directors Meeting – Wednesday, April 3 @ 7:00pm & What’s It Like to Be…Training WIL @ 8-10pm Honors Room (Kenrick 211)
Hosted by Michael Sanford and Johnny Blount
At 7:00 PM the Honors Program Board of Directors will meet to conduct the business of the Program and make it even better! Have an idea? Send it our way! At 8:00 it’s an all-play and everyone from the HP can join in for a “What’s It Like to Be…?” Training WIL. Ever wanted others to know what it’s like to be….Christian, in a sorority, a senior, a college athlete, a math major, gay, a person of color, a student with Asperger’s syndrome, a junior transfer….? Or have you wanted to know what any of those experiences are like? Attend this WIL, share your experiences and hear about others’, and in so doing increase your awareness and sensitivity. No need to RSVP, just come on by. Honors-only event.
32) Ignite CBU – Tuesday, April 9 @ 6:30pm Spain Auditorium
Hosted by Tyler Stranburg, Michael Stuart, and Lauryn Murphy
“Enlighten us, but make it quick” is the tag line of the international Ignite phenomenon. Ignite presenters share their personal and professional passions, using 20 slides that auto-advance every 15 seconds for a total of five minutes. What are you knowledgeable, passionate, angry, or excited about that you want to share with the world – or at least CBU? Any member of the CBU community can present at this event – student, faculty, staff, alum, Trustee – just limit it to five minutes! The best presentation will be entered in the next Ignite Memphis event. Go to www.igniteshow.com to watch hundreds of other Ignite videos. And here’s an Ignite presentation on how to give an Ignite presentation: http://youtu.be/yGENcskRGRk - how cool is THAT?? Deadline to propose your Ignite CBU presentation is Tuesday, March 26. Email email@example.com. This is an extremely unique opportunity and a good professional development challenge. Encourage your friends to participate.
33) Wednesday in the Lounge – Just Dance -- Wednesday, April 10 @ 8:00pm Honors Lounge
Hosted by Lauryn Murphy and Catherine DelBove
Get off the couch and come on up to the Honors Lounge and Just Dance the night away. Exercise and fun, what more could you want? Oh yes, snacks too. No need to RSVP, just come on by.
34) Help a Brother Out Day -- Thursday, April 11 @ 4pm Meet at Lambert Hall
Hosted by Catherine DelBove and Julia Kueter
Every year, the Honors Program completes a service project to help the Christian Brothers. This can range from gardening, to cleaning, to scrubbing statues – whatever they need us for! Come prepared to lend a hand and do a good deed. Oh, and get your picture taken a lot! RSVP by noon day of. If you forget to RSVP, come on over!
35) ArtBreak – Monday, April 15 at 7:00pm – Co-sponsored by the Art Club and Department of Visual and Performing Arts Studio B – basement of Kenrick Hall
Hosted by Dani Hobbs, Catherine DelBove, and Damien Stevenson
Feeling the stress from overachieving? Overwhelmed by your five papers or your senior project? Take a quick break and come create a Jackson Pollock-esque piece of art. Paint cans have never been swung like they will tonight. And who knows, this just might kick start those creative juices you need to finish your academic work! RSVP by noon day of. If you forget to RSVP, come on down, anyway. (But seriously, RSVP.)
36) Dr. Charles Gallagher on White Privilege and Colorblindness – Tuesday, April 16 @ 6:00ish Spain Auditorium
Hosted by Anna Birg and Dani Hobbs
Dr. Gallagher is Professor of Sociology at LaSalle University in Philadelphia. His research focuses on racial and social inequality and the ways in which the media, the state, and popular culture construct, shape and disseminate ideas of race. If you want to be a bigger, better person, this event will help you get there. RSVP by 4pm day of but if you forget, be sure to sign in at the event. This is open to the public, so invite your friends.
37) Wednesday in the Lounge – Childhood Fun -- Wednesday, April 17 @ 8:00pm Honors Lounge
Hosted by Rebekah Herrman, Kelsey Coolican, and Tyler Stranburg
Reconnect with you inner-child at this Wednesday in the Lounge. Come watch your favorite 90’s cartoon, finger paint your own Mona Lisa or colorful blob and get creative with Play-Doh. Juice and crackers will be available and nap time is optional! Honors-only event. No need to RSVP, just come on by.
38) Ballet Memphis Wiz of Oz – Saturday, April 20 at 6:30 Meet in front of Cooper-Wilson at 6:30
Hosted by Michael Sanford and Tiffany Corkran
There’s no place like home? There’s no place like the Orpheum! And nothing like seeing Ballet Memphis. Come watch Steven McMahon’s ballet adaptation of this classic story. The Commercial Appeal raves "McMahon creates an entirely new universe for the great American fairytale." Wear pretty clothes (no jeans), and bring two dollars for parking (one dollar bills or change – do NOT bring large bills). RSVP by 5:00pm Thursday April 18, earlier if possible. Let us know if you can drive!
39) The 6th Annual CBU “Last Lecture,” presented by Dr. Max Maloney – Tuesday, April 23 @ 12:45pm Spain Auditorium
Hosted by and Amanda Willhite and Nic Picou
Please join the Honors Program and the CBU community for this extraordinary event during which Dr. Max Maloney will give his hypothetical “Last Lecture.” If you like big words, tall professors, and yummy food for thought, this is your lucky day! Last Lectures usually include the professor’s reflections on their academic career, advice for better living, and even a few laughs. Let’s see what Dr. Maloney comes up with. Light refreshments will be served prior to the talk. RSVP by 8pm day before, but attend even if you didn’t RSVP (just be sure to sign in). This is open to the entire University so bring your non-Honors friends. Based on past Last Lectures this is a not-to-be-missed event!
40) Wednesday in the Lounge – Les Mis singalong – Wednesday, April 24 @ 8:00pm Honors Lounge
Hosted by Nic Picou, Michael Sanford, and Tiffany Corkran
Yes, you read that right; we are going to be singing along to the songs of Les Mis. What more is there to say? No need to RSVP – just come on by for epic snacks, epic drinks, and epic songs. Well, maybe just epic songs.
41) Fletcher Harper lecture for Earth Week – Thursday, April 25 @ 6:00pm (or thereabouts) Spain Auditorium
Hosted by Tiffany Corkran and Julia Kueter
Reverend Fletcher Harper is the CEO of GreenFaith, whose mission is to inspire, educate, and mobilize people of diverse religious backgrounds for environmental leadership. It believes that protecting the earth is a religious value, and that environmental stewardship is a moral responsibility. The Honors Program is co-sponsoring this Earth Week event, which is open to the University. Bring your non-Honors friends. RSVP by 4pm day of or just come on by (but be sure to sign in).
42) Final Honors Program Board of Directors’ Meeting – Wednesday, May 1 @ 6:00 Honors Lounge
Hosted by Johnny Blount and Caitlin Terry
At our end of year HP BOD meeting, we will plan for next year, celebrate the service of the retiring BOD members, and welcome our new ones. If you are interested in serving on the HP BOD, please contact Dr. Burke in the weeks prior to this meeting. If you have ideas for next year, please send them to Dr. Burke.
43) EOYE – End of Year Extravaganza -- Friday, May 3 @ 4:30pm – 7:00pm Montesi Executive Center and CBU’s front lawn
Hosted by Jaustin Tubbs, Anna Birg, Logan Butler, Michael Stuart, Hope Gilbertson, and Tiffany Corkran
We’ll have barbecue and soft drinks, fun and prizes, pictures and videos from this year’s events, and a few words of advice from our dear departing seniors. And we’ll be pulling out the big giant sling shots! We’ll also be presenting a few awards and announcing our Honors Diploma recipients. Be sure to attend for your (almost) last chance to see your Honors pals before the summer. RSVP by noon Thursday, May 2 so we can plan for food. Honors-only event. Sadness.
44) Honors Diploma Dinner – Monday, May 6 @ 6:30 PM Meet at 6:30 at Bonefish Grill at the Shoppes of Carriage Crossing
Congratulations are in order for this year’s Honors Diploma recipients, who will be celebrated at Bonefish Grill at the Shoppes of Carriage Crossing. It's a great night of frivolity, food, and drink that you won't want to miss if you are graduating as an Honors Diploma Recipient in May 2013 (or December 2012). RSVP by April 15.